December 7, 2018
The kvetching from the kikes is starting to hit fever pitch levels.
All because a few kids online like artwork featuring neon and Adolf Hitler or something, idk what they’re so worked up about.
Let’s read on and find out.
Veteran Hollywood director Steven Spielberg believes that “collective hate” is a far graver issue today than when his acclaimed Holocaust film Schindler’s List was released 25-years-old.
“Individual hate is a terrible thing, but when collective hate organizes and gets industrialized, then genocide follows,” Steven Spielberg said in an interview released Wednesday with NBC News anchor Lester Holt. Spielberg sat down with Holt ahead of Schindler’s List screening in select U.S. movie theaters this week to commemorate its debut a quarter-century ago.
Industrialized Hate, eh? Sounds a lot like the ol’ “Internet Hate Machine” meme from the good ol’ days lol.
But it could also quite easily refer to the Jewish Hate Machine aimed at young White men.
Is this the organized collective hate of a group that Spielberg is referring to?
Perhaps there is a reason why millions of young White men are starting to get hip-hopping mad, no?
“I think there is more at stake today than even back then,” the Academy Award-winning director continued. “We have to take it more seriously today than I think we have had to take it in a generation.”
Exactly a year ago, Spielberg said the political divisions in America are “as vast a chasm as our nation faced before the Civil War. I’ve never seen anything like it.”
Now, keep in mind that while we read statements like that and get pumped for the Race War, the kikes interpret this statement in a different way.
In their mind, the growth of counter-Semite sentiment justifies a pre-emptive strike and an even more powerful crackdown on the goyim. Remember, if a Jew starts to worry, then the goyim must suffer. ‘Tis ancient Talmudic law. And their fears morally justify a first strike against the goyim.
Once they get enough Hebraic voices rhythmically kvetching together, the Jewish Heebmind will be ready to launch its next offensive. That’s why you hear all these Jews coming forward to kvetch loudly and proudly in front of the cameras and the journalists. It’s like a summoning call. Or perhaps like a Nazgul screech.
Another example: it’s like animals hooting and screaming to warn the other animals in the flock/herd/collective that there are predators nearby.
Q: What do you call a group of Jews? A: A “Kvetch!”
So while all these Jews coming forward to whine about how threatened they feel because of Trump and because of memes is funny AF, it’s also a worrying sign of a Jewish crackdown to come.
We must be on our guard!